This is a sentiment expressed by an estimated 600 exhibitors at this year’s World Travel Market Africa in Cape Town, South Africa. This after the industry sustained serious damage due to Covid-19. The meeting saw a 35% increase compared to last year, said Carol Weaving, Director of Reed Exhibition Africa. One of the hot topics on Africa’s growth is intra Africa trade. For travel and tourism, destinations like Seychelles believes that it will act a catalyst to wider growth for expanding the country’s popularity. Meanwhile, Zimbabwe a destination known for diverse attractions like Victoria Falls predicts that by 2025 their tourism sector will reach a five billion US dollar growth mark.
SOURCE: AFRICA NEWS
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